Nature Forum

June 19, 2024 at 6:30pm - 8pm
Randwick Town Hall
90 Avoca St
Randwick, NSW 2031
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Melinda Millen · · 0498 474 831


You have the opportunity to show your local MP that you urgently want nature laws that actually protect nature.

Right now, the Australian government is reforming our broken nature law.

Currently, their proposals are riddled with loopholes and won’t actually stop deforestation and extinctions. The government has an urgent, once-in-a-generation opportunity to step up and pass nature laws that work.  

That means: 

  • Stopping deforestation
  • Ending the extinction crisis; and
  • A fair say for communities, not just corporations.

On Wednesday 19 June, you will hear from federal Members of Parliament (MPs) Matt Thistlethwaite (Kingsford-Smith) and Allegra Spender (Wentworth), ACF’s National Biodiversity Policy Adviser Brendan Sydes, and many others.

Will you join us to literally show the MPs the faces of the people who want strong nature laws?

RSVP in the top right of the page.

a large group of people outside hold signs spelling out New Nature Laws


As a local community, we have a particularly important role to play at this moment.

If we demonstrate that we care about nature laws that actually protect forests and stop extinctions, our elected parliamentarians will know this issue matters to their constituents and community. They will understand that passing mediocre laws, or failing to pass the laws nature needs, is too risky for them. They will then raise our shared concerns, and combined with the other MPs we are targeting, will influence the outcome of this reform process. 

19 June, 2024

6:30pm - 8pm

Randwick Town Hall, 30 Frances St, Randwick

RSVP for this timely event as places are limited and will fill quickly. Get your questions for speakers ready!

For nature,

The Wilderness Society's Sydney East Group

11 people around a table

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